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Learning Outside the Classroom: Pudsey Bolton Royd Primary School

KS2 PE - The Morning: Waking Up

Assessment summary

This assessment summary of a Year 1 child, who had been assessed at below level 1, shows how she progressed over the year against AFs 1–7. This is part of a reading standards file that you can use to make your own judgements in Assessing Pupils’ ...

Number of total results: 2 Individual learning plans South Birmingham College pilots new online individual learning plans for learners and staff to track progress. South Birmingham College encompasses four campuses close to the city centre and offers over 1,000 different courses to a wide range of learners. With the college already utilising YouTube to entice new learners they wanted to make their paper based Individual Learning Plans (ILP) electronic. The e-ILP has been developed by the college’s e-learning team and…

Becta Last update: 2011

Process

Details of the process, which included consistency in paperwork, attendance at Reggio Emilia courses, and discussions and training on observing and documenting children's learning.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Parents as Partners in Early Learning (PPEL): Parents as Partners - Making it strategic

Case study focused on developing creative ways of bridging the gap between practitioners and parents, especially fathers in Blackburn with Darwen. This is part of: Parents as Partners in Early Learning (PPEL). This case study includes the aims, procedure, outcomes and the key findings of the study.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The Specialist Schools and Academies Trust (SSAT)

Information about the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust (SSAT), which supports schools to develop their capacity to build partnerships with business and the wider community and helps to develop a fully specialist school system through building networks, sharing good practice and supporting raising attainment.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Early Years and the Foundation Stage

Explains that learning should be fun, relevant and motivating for each child.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Literacy Progress Units (adapted for whole-class use)

Units of work for the Literacy Progress Units that have been written primarily for use with small groups of pupils.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Early Years and the Foundation Stage

Explains the ways in which teachers can draw on their understanding of learners to create activities that are fun, relevant and motivating for each child. Practitioners delivering the Foundation Stage curriculum therefore support learning through planned play and extending and developing spontaneous play.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011